Wearable Finger Contact Force Sensor
Our Haplog (Haptic skill logger) can measure the finger behavior such as touching, pressing, rubbing or holding in a physical value (force) without losing any tactile sensing of the finger.
This product will be useful for usability evaluation of such as operation abilities or rehabilitation effects.
The finger pad expands when it is pressed to a contact surface.
Accordingly the finger deforms and this deformation is converted into load.
Since the finger deformation changes depending on the people and environment,
the correlation between the deformation and the force are calibrated and
the calibration result is applied to measurement.
The finger is pushed to the calibrator.
Measures the correlation between and the finger pad deformation and the load
and the result is used as the calibration data.
Measurement is based on the calibration result and the measurement result is saved in CSV format.
|[Components]||Contact force sensor(1) *The size can be selected on the purchase), connection unit(1), calibration unit(1), USB cable(2), software install disc, manual, storage box.|
|Supported OS||Windows XP, Windows 7|
|CPU||Intel Core2 Duo 2.54GHz or above|
|Connection||USB port (2)|
|[Wearable contact sensor]|
|Inner dimensions||5 models available: 11mm, 12mm, 14mm, 16mm, 18mm|
|Integrated sensor detection||Strain (shown as load value after calibration), 3-axis acceleration.|
|Rated capacity||30 N|
|External trigger function of connection unit (Contact, IN) *This allows synchronized measurement with camera systems.|